A major development for the organisation during the emergency
Conradh na Gaeilge is happy to announce that the organisation is launching a translation service today, Monday the 27th of April. This is a new service which marks a step forward for the organisation and has been in the pipeline for some time.
We can translate documents of all types and lengths, from legal documents to marketing promotionals. The service can translate texts from Irish to English and English to Irish, in accordance with in the 2017 Official Standard.
Niall Comer, President of Conradh na Gaeilge, said, “We are taking the next forward step in the development of the organisation with the establishment of the new Conradh na Gaeilge translation service. For years now a demand for translation services has been increasing and we are very pleased to launch the Conradh na Gaeilge translation service now to cater for that demand.
Dónal Ó Gallachóir, multimedia and translation executive with Conradh na Gaeilge, said, “For a number of months we have been working to put together and develop this service and I am very pleased now to see the result of that work as we publicise the translation service. We are looking forward to providing a valuable service to those interested in translating their material. We have a panel of skilled translators who have many years of experience translating.”
Dónal Ó Gallachóir
Multimedia and translation executive
00 353 87 6656804
Julian de Spáinn
00 353 86 8142757
NOTE TO EDITOR:
Conradh na Gaeilge is the democratic forum for the Irish-speaking community. The Conradh has over 200 branches and numerous individual members around the world, members that work to promote the use of the language in their own area. The organisation’s main aim is to promote the use of Irish as the normal spoken language in Ireland. Conradh na Gaeilge was established by Douglas Hyde, Eoin Mac Néill, and their colleagues on the 31st of July 1893. The organisation is engaged in Irish language classes; advocacy for language rights; awareness campaigns; Seachtain na Gaeilge (Irish Language Week); the Irish-language information hub PEIG.ie; the Irish-language bookshop An Siopa Leabhar; support for Raidió Rí-Rá; and more. Further information: www.cnag.ie